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Little Kids, Big Questions
is a series of 12 podcasts that translates the research of early childhood development into parenting practices that mothers, fathers and other caregivers can tailor to the needs of their own child and family. Click here to listen to or download the podcasts. This podcast series is generously funded by MetLife Foundation.

Publish with the ZERO TO THREE Press

The mission of the ZERO TO THREE Press is to publish authoritative research, practical resources and new ideas for those who work with and care about infants, toddlers and their families.

We accept manuscripts on the diverse issues concerning the very early years, including:

  • New research on early childhood development, with implications for infant/family practice;

  • Family relationships in the earliest years of life;

  • Cross-cultural perspectives on very young children, childrearing, and community supports for families;

  • Infant mental health, encompassing promotion, prevention, and treatment;

  • Elements of clinical practice, screening, assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, and intervention;

  • Child care for infants and toddlers;
     
  • Service program design, development, management, and evaluation; and

  • Reflective practice in the infant-family field, including supervision.


Prospective Authors!
Manuscripts or book proposals are accepted all year and will be reviewed for consideration by the Editorial Board of the ZERO TO THREE Press at its periodic meetings throughout the year.

Editorial board

  • Jeree Pawl, former president of ZERO TO THREE (chair);
  • Dodie Norton, University of Chicago, School of Social Service Administration;
  • Linda Gilkerson, Erikson Institute;
  • Virginia Casper, Bank Street College of Education;
  • Ross Thompson, University of California, Davis;
  • Carol Brunson Day; President and CEO, National Black Child Development Institute;
  • Margo Kaplan-Sanoff, Boston University School of Medicine, Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics
  • Corry Robinson, JFK Partners 

The ZERO TO THREE Press review process for book proposals and manuscripts is as follows:

Our selection process
Press editors review all submissions for suitability. The Press staff then recommends proposals to the Editorial Board for review. In a face-to-face meeting or a conference call, the Editorial Board discusses each proposal and selects those it believes will help the ZERO TO THREE Press fulfill its editorial mission.

Once the Editorial Board has approved a proposal, ZERO TO THREE Press staff contacts the author to begin negotiating a contract. Submission guidelines for authors and information about current offerings of the ZERO TO THREE Press are available.

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